Treasury secretary asked to examine the ‘serious risks’ posed by a collapse
February 4-6, 2015, St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort, Dana Point, CA
2014 was another year of unprecedented change, and 2015 is shaping up to be the same. We look back at some of the areas of focus for the OTC Derivatives and Securities Industry in 2014, and the areas we believe will dominate 2015.
This event will address the issues of greatest concern for firms: collateral availability, strategies to comply with regulations and dispute management. 20% discount for OTCS readers, see code within this article.
Global regulatory reforms have yielded multiple data problems, especially for collateral and margining management. This has caused an overriding demand for transparency.
Bill confirming margin exemption now needs President Obama's approval
Chinese financial markets had an important 2014. The highlight was undoubtedly the November launch of Hong Kong-Shanghai Stock Connect, a new cross-border investment channel. However, 2015 will be an even more significant year for Chinese market liberalization.
Bill: The ISDA 'stay' protocol serves a regulatory purpose in the US but has repercussions on the buy-side, which this article covers extensively.
Keep up with the pile of regulations for 2015
ASX begin reporting their activity on OTC IRS products
At the beginning of January it is customary for seasoned professionals (and other brave souls) to gaze into the crystal ball and share their predictions for the coming year.
Analytics seems to be a top priority for firms across industries—including those in the capital and commodity markets.
Today is the day when the REMIT Implementing Act goes into force. ACER have also announced that they will launch their “REMIT Portal” tomorrow (see here).
Market structure happenings have been fast and furious since 2009, and 2014 did not disappoint. Mandatory SEF trading finally began, fixed income electronic trading continued its steady incline, the current shape of the US equity market was once
Derivatives end users are concerned about the impact of new margin requirements for non-cleared derivatives, with a large number unsure whether they will even have to comply with the rules, according to new survey published today by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (ISDA).
Following-on in our monthly review series, let’s take a look at how volumes developed during the month of December. The results are quite surprising in the end. USD IRS On-SEF From our October review, we know that October 2014 was…
For many, today is the first working day of 2015. In our world of commodity and energy trading regulation, we are likely to have a busy year. Here we will focus on what could hit us in Europe: